STATESVILLE, N.C. — Doosan Portable Power participated in the first-ever benefit auction at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) held Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 in Louisville, Kentucky. Doosan Portable Power donated a C185G portable air compressor, which received a top bid of $7,500. The winning bid was placed by John Lindeman, owner of Aquaman Irrigation, a lawn and landscape irrigation business based in South Lyon, Michigan.
The C185G received the highest bid amount of all the items at the auction. In total, the auction raised $29,575 for the Call of Duty Endowment, an organization that helps connect military veterans with job opportunities — including employment in the construction and utility sectors.
“Being part of the ICUEE benefit auction is a win for all involved,” said Mike Ballweber, president of Doosan Portable Power. “Military veterans need good jobs, and the construction industry needs good workers. Plus, Aquaman Irrigation gets a reliable air compressor to help its business.”
Doosan Portable Power is committed to giving back based on the “Doosan Way” — an organizational principle that links all Doosan Infracore employees’ values to a management system focused on community and social responsibility. At the heart of the Doosan Way is the idea that being a good corporate citizen is an ongoing responsibility.
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Doosan Portable Power is a member of Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment, a global alliance of the construction equipment businesses of Doosan Infracore Co., Ltd. and its affiliates. Doosan Portable Power has more than 100 years of manufacturing expertise and application experience with a focus on providing the highest quality machines with unrivaled customer service and reliability. The product line includes generators, air compressors, light towers and light compaction equipment. DOOSAN and the Doosan logo are trademarks of Doosan Corporation. Doosan Portable Power is headquartered in Statesville, North Carolina.